|No Child Left Behind Reauthorization : CSPAN : November 12, 2011 3:55pm-4:55pm EST|
Series/Special. Public school teachers testify to a Senate panel. New.
Keywords: No Child Left Behind Reauthorization; Television Program
|Geoffrey Canada "Waiting For Superman"|
http://www.blacktree.tvhttp://youtube.com/blacktreemediaGeoffrey Canada for some is an educator, but for those who dig deeper, and for those kids of the Harlem Community and abroad who have been affected by his dedication, he is the real Superman.http://www.blacktree.tv
Keywords: talk&interview; waiting for superman; geoffrey canada; education; reform; no child left behind; harlem childrens zone
|People Rise Up-1/10/06 - It Is Happening Here (Part 11)-Disdain and Suppression of Intellectuals and the Arts - Andrew Geller|
Continuing It Is Happening Here, my series based on the article Fascism Anyone? that explores 14 characteristics common to seven fascist states in the 20th century, and the extent to which the present-day U.S. government and society exemplify those same characteristics. In this program, I'm joined by Robert Jensen, an associate professor in the School of Journalism at the University of Texas at Austin to discuss characteristic #11, "disdain and suppression of intellectuals and the arts."
Keywords: fascism; US; intellectual; art; arts; supression; britt; jensen; education; no child left behind; college; university
|Guest Hosts James T. Harris & Dylan Brogan - Dr. Bernie Brogan on the State of Education in America - Sly in the Morning|
Dr. Bernie Brogan is on the live line to comment on the state of education in America. What role should unions play in education? Has No Child Left Behind been a success? What role should charter schools play in our society? Dr. Brogan answers all of these questions and comments on the current labor strife here in Wisconsin.
Keywords: Sly in the Morning; Dr. Bernie Brogan; Madison 1670 WTDY; Wisconsin; education; no child left behind
|Education and the Military - Joe McCraw|
Political policies such as No Child Left Behind seek to disenfranchise certain portions of the population in order to have a large pool of uneducated youths with no avenues for economic success. These communities become targets for recruitment. The poor inevitably fight the wars of the rich. This is a montage of images and video that seek to visualy represent the message conveyed in the song They Schools...
Keywords: Education; Military; Militarism; pedagogy; opressed; indoctination; iraq; war; dead prez; No Child Left Behind
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|Liberty News TV--Episode 4--May 2005|
Monthly news coverage including the Tom Delay scandal, and hidden provisions in the No Child Left Behind Act that aid military recruiters. Also, Kevan Quinn skewers the "myth of the liberal media" with specific examples of how Fox, CNN and MSNBC consistently spin stories to the right.
Keywords: Tom Delay; No Child Left Behind; recruiting kids; republicrats; worst democrats; myth of the liberal media
|The Yuma Episode - Garrett O'Hara / The Arizona Podcat|
An episode of the Arizona Podcat, an independent parody podcast found at http://arizonapodcat.blogspot.com/
Keywords: arizona daily wildcat; no child left behind; school nutrition; education; allstate; tortillas; surf school; arizona
|Books Sandwiched In: Death and Life of the Great American School System - Knox County Public Library|
Dr. Nissa Dahlin-Brown of the Howard Baker Center for Public Policy discusses The Death and Life of the Great American School System: How Testing and Choice are Undermining Education by Diane Ravitch.Diane Ravitch, former Assistant Secretary of Education and a leader in the drive to create a national curriculum, examines her career in education reform and repudiates positions that she once staunchly advocated...
Keywords: educational choice; educational accountability; school testing; standardized tests; teacher assessment; no child left behind
|Podcast - Around the Corner - MGuhlin.net - Interview with LOTI Creator Dr. Chris Moersch - Miguel Guhlin|
Dr. Chris Moersch, creator of the nationally known Levels of Technology Implementation, responds to a few questions in this short interview regarding K-12 educational technology issues. More online at http://www.mguhlin.net/blog
Keywords: mguhlin,mguhlin.net,moersch,chris moersch,loti, levels of technology implementation, no child left behind,nclb,superintendents
|Investing In Education - Ethan Hardy|
An essay about the history of laws affecting US education curriculum and the education system being influenced by big business interests. Written by Ethan Hardy in 2007.
Keywords: math education; science education; National Defense Education Act; Education for Economic Security Act; Goals 2000; No Child Left Behind Act; American Competitiveness Initiative; COMPETES Act; capitalism education system
|WHY Do These KIDS LOVE SCHOOL? - Dorothy Fadiman with KTEH-TV (PBS)|
This award-winning film features nine unique schools, both public and private, California to East Harlem. In these unique schools relationship, creative thinking, and direct experience are valued above memorization of facts. As we struggle with issues of how to provide a quality education for all children, we might look to these successful schools where teachers, students, parents and administrators are involved in creating supportive educational environments...
Keywords: Dorothy Fadiman; Tom Peters; PBS; KTEH; school; education; private school; public school; Peninsula School; teaching; learning; no child left behind; educational methods; learning theory; success; student-centered learning; direct experience; public education; alternative schools; progressive education
Downloads: 12,434 (4 reviews)
|People United - March 23, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio about public education in the Lone Star State with Abby Rapoport, a staff writer at _The American Prospect_, and Patrick Michels, a reporter at _The Texas Observer_.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Abby Rapoport; The American Prospect; Patrick Michels; The Texas Observer; Snake Oil; Texas; legislative session; budget cuts; public education; private sector; fiscal conservatism; school districts; charter schools; school choice; framing; public funding; private funding; accountability; job protection; regulation; foundations; Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; Walton Family Foundation; South by Southwest Edu; SXSWedu; Save Texas Schools; Arne Duncan; Department of Education; No Child Left Behind; think tanks; policy institutes; Texas Public Policy Foundation; Americans for Prosperity; for-profit contractors; Pearson; standardized testing; merit pay; measures of performance; educaton reform; free market; neoliberalism; liberal concerns; socio-economic conditions; teachers; unions; bipartisan consensus; exceptions; tax proposals; Edmund G Brown Jr; Jerry Brown; California; Martin O'Malley; Maryland; current events
|People United - November 2, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features Patrick Michels of _The Texas Observer_ and Angela Valenzuela and Patricia Lopez of the Texas Center for Education Policy on high-stakes testing in Texas public schools. They spoke at 5604 Manor in Austin, Texas, on August 12, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Patrick Michels; The Texas Observer; Angela Valenzuela; Patricia Lopez; Texas Center for Education Policy; University of Texas at Austin; high-stakes testing; Texas; State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness; STAAR; Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills; TAKS; Texas Assessment of Academic Skills; TAAS; Texas State Legislature; legislative session; No Child Left Behind; George W Bush; public schools; public education; public sector; private sector; private contractors; corporate interests; education reform; accountability; framing; ideology; whiteness; people of color; minorities; blacks; African Americans; Hispanics; Latinos; civil rights; race; class; income; rich; poor; students; school districts; litigation; lobbying; activism; social justice; racial justice; economic justice; education policy; public policy; history; current events
|People United - August 31, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features University of Texas communication professor Dana Cloud, Education Austin president Ken Zarifis and Chicago Teachers Union member Kirstin Roberts on public education, labor and the possibility of an upcoming teachers' strike in Chicago. They spoke at 5604 Manor in Austin, Texas, on August 25, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Dana Cloud; We Are the Union; Democratic Unionism and Dissent at Boeing; Department of Communication Studies; University of Texas at Austin; International Socialist Organization; Ken Zarifis; Education Austin; Kirstin Roberts; Chicago Teachers Union; public education; labor; Chicago teachers' strike; charter schools; privatization; race; class; socio-economic; disparities; unequal funding; rich; poor; testing; evaluation; Race to the Top; Barack Obama; No Child Left Behind; George W Bush; Arne Duncan; mayoral control; mayoral appointments; school board; Rahm Emanuel; Mayor One Percent; Penny Sue Pritzker; Hyatt Hotel; corporate welfare; property tax; revenue; budget; neoliberal; austerity; civil rights; social justice; economic justice; struggle; teachers; union; children; youth; students; public sector; current events
|People United - September 16, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features _Texas Observer_ political reporter Abby Rapoport on the private firms contracting with Texas public schools. She spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin, Texas, on September 13, 2011.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Texas; education reform; education policy; public education; public schools; legislature; legislative session; budget cuts; education service providers; textbook companies; private firms; contracters; profiteers; profiteering; privatization; corporate; corporations; Texas Virtual Academy; K12 Inc; Pearsonville; Pearson; Marjorie Scardino; Connections Education; Penguin Books; Financial Times; standardized testing; tests; instructional materials; textbooks; hard copy; digital; virtual classroom; virtual schools; charter schools; low income; socioeconomic status; poverty; class; race; ethnicity; George W Bush; No Child Left Behind; Barack Obama; Arne Duncan; Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills; TAKS; campaign money; unlimited campaign contributions; lobbyijng; lobbyists; lobbyist; Sandy Kress; Measuring Up; Daniel Koretz; Diane Ravitch; test strategies; testing data; standards; systemic problems; unions; right to work; neoliberalism; Americans for Prosperity; teachers; students; pedagogy; rote learning; political culture; ideology; Texas State Board of Education; SBOE; juvenile justice; bipartisan; partisan; Jerry Madden; Rob Eissler; Diane Patrick; kids; children; youth; current events
|Title 20 - United States Code -- 2011 - Title 20 - EDUCATION - United Nations; H.G. Wells; Thomas Lovejoy; Smithsonian; NEA; National Education;|
Title 20 - United States Code -- 2011 - Title 20 - EDUCATION ( United Nations controlled federally-funded education ) Title 20 - EDUCATION Sections 1 - 9906. Document in Context Title 20 - EDUCATION Sections 1 - 9906. CHAPTER 1 - OFFICE OF EDUCATION (sections 1 - 6) Secs. 1, 2 - Repealed. Pub. L. 92-318, title III, Â§301(b)(2)(A), June 23, 1972, 86 Stat. 332 Sec. 2a - Repealed. Pub. L. 89-554, Â§8(a), Sept...
Keywords: Education; pestalozzi; patriotic education; founding fathers; 1776; 1620; 1789; articles of confederation; International Education Bureau; Carnegie foundation advancement of teaching; James Scott Brown; Carnegie Endowment: Peabody education fund; Propaganda; FAFSA; Scholarship; grants; pell grants; endowment; foundations; reece committee; John Whitehead; Samuel Rutherford; Mel Gabler; Eakman; eakmann; School Textbooks; Parental Rights; In loco parentis; Parens Patriae; TNEC; Beatrice Sidney Webb; Indigo children; totalitarian; hannah arendt; Occult generation: Harry Potter; fabian socialistm; fabian socialism; Huxley family; slavery; child trafficking; traficking; International opium; RIIA; EIR; prince’s trust; core values; caretaker only; forfeit of rights; no birth certificate; bankrupt; bereft; paepke; aspen institute; humanistic education; john dewey; national science foundation; Erich eric fromm; Federal Funding; Title X; Humanist Manifesto; Tim La Haye; David Noebel; miseducation; brain washing; brainwashing; Jacque Jaque Ellul; formation attitudes; common people; montessori; rose martin; Fascism; no child left behind; evangelical seminaries; education psychological abuse; one world order; false research; statutory; rape culture; feminist as masculinist ideology; bilderberg; club of rome; Club de Rome; Gloria Steinem CIA Funding; estulin; alianz; New order of the ages; power county; rectangular survey; novo ordo seclorum; 1793; fire minds men; chamish; kissinger associates; true believer; none dare call it; rashke; common law; Dave Hunt; George Grant; Gary; false education; north; acid dreams; chomsky; globalist list; on the record; cashless; sovereignty; federal funding; corruption on school boards; american national; school board control; school board election; superintendent education; united nations education; Education; pestalozzi; patriotic education; founding fathers; russel sage foundation; margaret sanger; masonic globalism; 1776; 1620; 1789; David Barton; Heritage; social control; wicked deceivers; Rockefeller foundation; Lagemann; Ely Lilly; Acid Dreams; Foundations; Alvin Toffler; Mark Satin; Constance Cumbey; Berit Kjos; havelock ellis; William Torrey Harris; Barnard; Samuel Blumenfeld; red schoolhouse; little house prairie; articles of confederation; International Education Bureau; Carnegie foundation advancement of teaching; James Scott Brown; Carnegie Endowment: Peabody education fund; Propaganda public officials; unconstitutional; accountability